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Understanding and overcoming the challenge of obesity in the armed forces From recruitment, to readiness, retention, resilience, and retirement, obesity affects the military every day. Between 2002 and 2011, the rate of obesity among active duty service members increased by more than half. Maintaining the health and wellness of service members is critical for national security. But like many Americans, service members, veterans, retirees and their families need community support to maintain a healthy weight.
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NPRMed school tradition comes under fire for racism A look at admission rates into AOA.
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TEDxThe happy secret to better work? (10min) What if we led go of medical-student-itis and indulged in everything that was great about this life...how would our perspective, work, attitude and productivity look? A reflection on this idea.
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The suffering of medical student a research study looking at how medical students perceive human suffering....and how they perceive their own suffering.
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captureHow 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' is still an issue 25 years later Here’s a look back at how the DADT policy was put in the place, what the reaction to it was when it was introduced and how the conversation surrounding it has changed over the last two decades.
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AtlanticWhen a Child Says She's Trans An article about how a child and her family is managing the idea of Claire being transgender.
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New York TimesTransgender, at War and In Love. (12min) This short documentary shares the challenges of a transgender military couple, who are banned from serving openly.
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The Next Part (17min) A look at intimacy, sexuality, and fertility for Kat and Aaron Causey, a family affected by the injuries of war.
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slate_facebook_iconMedical charts may be biased a quick article about how subtle differences in descriptions may convey bias from one provider to another.
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